Are you a language graduate studying French, German or Spanish interested in working as a teacher? Seyran Khalili would like to make you aware of an exciting niche opportunity! Finding job opportunities that fit with your study programme can be challenging, but from time to time unique chances show up and we cannot stand by… More £28,000 teaching scholarships available to language students
This February, King’s students had the opportunity to attend the first ‘Working in the Criminal Justice System in the UK’ event, chaired by Professor Elaine Player (Criminology and Criminal Justice). Missed it? No worries – here’s what happened! While the panel event’s main focus was on the career opportunities available within policing and the prison… More What We Learned From the Working in the Criminal Justice in the UK Event
Today’s blog is a guest post from Liam Donoghue, who works with IT recruitment agency Venturi Group. Read on to find out what Liam’s top tips are for breaking into this competitive sector…. As an IT recruitment agency, we work with recent graduates everyday. For many students, getting that first foot on the career ladder… More How to get your first job in tech
While the gaps of representation between men and women in many of the most desirable graduate sector have been shrinking, there’s still work to be done, particularly around the gender pay gap. Many women still suffer from a lack of confidence, and a feeling that they wouldn’t ‘belong’ within their desired industry. In an attempt… More On International Women’s Day, here’s some great opportunities and events open to women
On blog duty today is our Internships Assistant Melissa Larkin, with details of two exciting new schemes being run by the King’s Internships team. Finding and applying for an internship is hard work! But let me tell you- it is worth it! They’re a great way to gain work experience, meet loads of interesting professionals… More Introducing the King’s Internships: Advance and Springboard schemes
To mark Student Volunteering Week, our Marketing Assistant Zsofia Menyhei has written a piece highlighting all the great reasons why you should consider volunteering. Volunteering as a student enhances your personal development and career prospects. It is also a great way of meeting new people and exploring your local area. Above all of course, volunteering is… More The Value of Volunteering
We’re taking it back to the Summer of 2017 (so not too long ago!) and looking at some great footage taken by our global interns! Annie Batten, completed a Marketing Internship in Beijing with the Global Internships Programme: 360 support through a trusted King’s provider model – watch and listen to her video below! Andreea Prodan, completed… More #TravelThrowback
Working in editorial is a high-stakes, high-reward environment. It’s one of the most competitive industries, with entry-level roles frequently snapped up fast – and with good reason, as they lead to senior positions like commissioning editors and managerial titles within the prestigious publishing world. And, as with most prestigious establishments, finding a way to get a foot… More 5 Skills You Need to Succeed in Editorial
Top tips for networking abroad… Embrace other cultures and share parts of your own! Make an effort to learn the language, try the local cuisine and delicacies and explore! Try to immerse yourself into the environment and befriend colleagues at work who are sure to show you all the best things to do but will… More So… you think you can network?
Do you have an interview coming up and want to get in some practice before the real thing? Well, you’re in luck! There’s a easy to use resource called Interview Stream which can help you prepare for your upcoming interviews. Watch the video below to see just how easy it is!